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nations once u.s. to pony up to help bridge temperatures down, -- to bring temperatures down, global warming push that could pull big bucks from your wallet. you will not believe where they are meeting to discuss this. it not a place like that, think a lot warmer. a lot warmer. neil: well, this is a nice local if you are going to have a big meeting on climate change, doha, qatar. today, run is pushing for rich kupri tcountries to help pay for nations to fight global warming, why is this a good idea? >> one we are a shared responsibility. governments have to work together to fight this problem. and u.s. is one of the world's wealthiest countries. neil: what if it is not all man-made? we had others on here who talk about whether cycle storms, cycle weather patterns over decades, and that we're addressing a problem, and an expensive issue to address, needlessly? >> you know, what would be more expensive is if he don't do anything, it is best to do do what we can to stop the climate change. neil: you are saying man-made this climate change. >> it is occurring, yes. neil: i don't doubt th
some even indifference to watch response, if any, the u.s. would offer to protect ambassador chris stevens and other americans held up for dear life in that compound. investor and three others were killed in a subsequent attack. as why the cse never convened, a security council spokesperson telling that it was handled by the most senior national security officials in the government. the problem with number was coordinating that response or heating dire warnings from teams in the area that benghazi was a target. now darrell issa wants answers. they send off a letter to senator estate hillary clinton inquiring about libyan government personnel being in on this. they paint a disturbing picture indicating elements of libyan government may have been complacent in a september 112012 attack. in the murder of four americans. also reiterates the fact u.s. government may have had evidence indicating the attack was not a spontaneous attack but included prior surveillance of the compound targets. given the location where they were found these documents appear to be genuine supporting a growing
look at balance sheet. of the income of the u.s. like a business, we have a negative net worth. we're running a $1.1 trillion operating deficit. neil: what would be a solution. i found it interesting tay, john boehner said, he mentioned revenues, now, you know, he can be kind of mamby pamby about it, that can include a formal tax hike. or cutting. like ronald reagan did it. it is a t hike for those who benefit from it i think it was a best a event to see john boehner say we'll put that on the table. what are we to make of that and what democrats might offer in return? >> i don't know how to judge what the democrats will offer, if you go backo what romney was talking about, a flatter tax with less deductions. so you don't have such a manipulated system with all kind of loopholes that do not make economic sense. i would say this too. looking at economic growth, the real issue is distribution of revenue between governments and private sector, producing more jobs and mor well being that means you maybe we need to do something with tax code, but we need to reduce spending first, that is
.com, you can print real u.s. postage for all your letters and packages. it gives you the exact amount of postage you need the instant you need it. can you print only stamps? no. first class. priority mail. certified. inteational. and the mailman picks it up. i don't leave the shop anymore. [ male announcer ] get a 4-week trial plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale. go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again. neil: whatevers case, rumors just to try to help out in some storm-affected areas. no can do unless you sign up and join the union, even on a temporary basis. florida -- association director, you would know better than anyone, if that is so. because, a lot of workers have talked to fox and others saying they are ready to help, and they have to be part of the union in order to help is, this true? >> first, i want to say our hearts go out to everyone impacted. what happened is that. i work for a group of utilities called to assist the long island power authority, and i called over to the long island power authority we made arrangement for transfer
at the global context. this is not a local recession or a great recession that we just 70 u.s. in fact, we are performing better than any other large industrialized country in the world. neil: as well we should. we are the big gun, but we have to export and have customers. >> europe is fading into a recession. many of the policies that are taking them there are some of the same policies that paul ryan in particular seems to want to put in place. neil: but you could seriously argue the reason why they are in the economical they are is because they build this cradle to grave nanny state that some of them have to disentangle because there is no more money. in fact, what they're doing in france to try to make things right is, well, let's take the top tax rate to 75 percent and you have a fine business mind like yourself. what i'm asking to where is the middle ground? what do you do to get this under control? >> obviously we have to get through this election. as the fed has said and as most independent economists say, we have some momentum behind the economy. you know my favorite industry, actu
. >> this is a tough environment, our business customers are lookinr guidance, we're advising rlly clients across u.s. to take a look at their plan, and health savings accounts and tighten the belts in oth areas. neil:ow do you absorb, walmart refutes the figures. bottom line they were going up for workers. this is a trend, i would imagine it speeds up. >> supposedly national trend is 8 to 9% rise in health prem young cost, it be be a shared cost, a cost thatusiness absorbs or a cost down to the worker. neil: in walmart saying, we pay the 4.5%, they pay 4.5%, bottom line it is aot. >> at the end of the day, this is what u.s. citizens elected. neil: unstoppable? >> health insurance premiums will continue to rise, business owners must look at other ws to cut their costsonless they s. gary: unless they don't, they have no choice, they offer health care coverage, or if they don't they pay penalty, just suck up the penalty, and deal with it. >> or they can reduce workforce, and go to health savings ac count. neil: that is what darden tried, a little bit more you know, agility for that. but not a lotn calm
brown. democrats hope that this time, the turn out for obama will help to put warren in the u.s. senate. neil: amazed with that money that linda mcmahon put up. they just told me a lot of those fights are rigged. peter thank you very much, peter barnes,. >> we go to robert wolf, chairman, a big supporter of barack obama, how do you technology is going so far. >> you know, i think as predicted there are no surprises yet, we're waiting for key swing states we're optimistic with our stronghold, ohio, wisconsin pennsylvania, iowa. so we're confident that it will be a good night for the president. neil: are you surprised that -- i guess we always knew from a lot of polls it would be a fight. but for the president, who has been champions what he says is an improving economy, he is really on a fight of his life hire. with a guy who early on in the race, tried to say really had no business, running for president, did not had a sort of a callous business disposition, but as numbers come in, this is a 50/50 call almost. >> i think no surprise that -- it will be 50 plus or less one way or the othe
? incidently, any one of them who would like to write a check to the u.s. government is free to do so. go ahead. neil: define patriotism by how much you give the government. >> at think it's nonsense. what does that have to do with anything? neil: over reading posts the election what they're either mandate or victory means? >> i think there overeating what their mandate is. neil: how you define their mandate to act a lot of people think that, well, they do agree with at least one part that the rich should pay more. usually is the people who are not. but beyond that, push for more spending for stimulus, and leaving entitlements alone, leaving spending itself alone. >> essentially what they won was a squeaker. based on some, whenever it is, five counties across the united states. in my opinion did they win, of course. but they have no mandate. they ought to figure out a way to try to keep all of the people that our citizens in the people who pay taxes happy. neil: have you resign yourself to you will have to pay more taxes. >> i have not. i have not. neil: i think republicans -- >> here is the is
wondering some tea parties are chafing about it? >> we have to remember, neil, that we had 3 u.s. senators elected this year, under the republican party, all three can be closely identified with the tea party movement. and we suffered from losses this year. but, personally, those people who lost, who were expected to win, lost after they deviated from this basic message that federal government is too big, too e expensive. neil: you hit a good point, do you fear of what the candidates appeared turned to social issues that tea party message got blurred? however you feel on the social issue. >> the message certainly got blurred. that not to say that search tea party did not care about social issues, i am a tea partier and i do care. but this is taking too much of our money, and throwing more money at it, raising taxes is not going to help it is going to make matters worse. the term revenues is a loaded term. if the question is, am i in favor of raising taxes? in favor of looking at this as a revenue problem, absolutely not. but there are a lot of ways to solve this problem. i'm certainly in f
of investment capital of u.s., people not pays taxes with consumption they pay taxes with money they have not consumed this would be a body blow to america let's ability to invest capital instituture, and accumulate savings in the future it would be very bad for the economy, everyone that has their fingerprints, george herbert walker bush thought he of the a hero in 1990, he cut the deal, and he raised taxes, got the promises of spending cuts, the taxes went up, spending did not go down, he tajed econom tanked. neil: everyone makes a big deal about a pledge. and if euif you did this same with a pledge to plain spending rein in spending you you'll be more vilified. >> only reason they are talking about spending restraint they are trying to buy tax increases, theple pledge does have an affet on spending, not raising taxes is he first condition to getting to spending restraint, if you leave taxes on the table no spending restraint laps. -- happens it is like putting a piranha in the goldfish bowl, all of the goldfish disappear. neil: i am thinking with way that media portrayed you, that may
and support breast cancer research and access to care. neil: we are just getting news that iran fired on a u.s. drone and it happened just a week ago. we are just finding out about it today. the huffington post -- we thout everything was going fine before the election. the hurricane sandy issue and then we thought, well, maybe not. a little bit of surprise in this. we have ronald reagan's former secretary of state. one of the most impressive resumes of all time. secretary, it is good to have you. what do you make of this? more is coming to light. i just think more and more will start coming out. >> i think it illustrates how we should shift our gears a little bit in the way we react to what iran is doing. this is a provocative action b iran. here is an example of what we did in the reagan years. iran was starting to fool around with kuwaiti shipping. so we reect the shift to american flags so we could protect them. the president said the last thing iran would do was cause trouble in the persian gulf. but the navy was taking pictures of them doing it. we sink the ship, we took the sailors and w
and get up and go to the post office anymore. [ male announcer ] with stamps.com, you can print real u.s. postage for all your letters and packages. it gives you the exact amount of postage you need the instant you need it. can you print only stamps? no. first class. priority mail. certified. international. and the mailman picks it up. i don't leave the shop anymore. [ male announcer ] get a 4-week trial plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale. go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again. neil: did you see this, big ceos yesterday, small be owners tuesday, they are big democratic donors. charlie gasparino with the scoop on who got invited and why. >> i thought it was about time they invited people who run small businesses, people who are most targeted by the tax increases. take the fiscal cliff stuff out, obama taxes target small businesses, let's say have you a small, not unreasonable you make around $500,000, you. we like 15 people. you raise their taxes, they will lop off 2 or 3 of those people. neil: who are these small business guys that got in. >> i
technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. neil: welcome back. i know we have our own fiscal cliff to deal with and there is this petraeus crisis, but i hate to burst your bubble. there is a war starting in the middle east right now. israel, hamas, we have a ron and henry kissinger weighing in. how big is this getting? this whole israeli mass? >> it is the middle east, it is the direction of the arab spring has taken. the iranian nuclear program. sitting amidst all of this. [inaudible] neil: how do the other arab nations feel about hamas i heard him saying them saying that they are not fans of hamas. but their public stance versus their private views, they're very different. >> hamas would say that they are a radical organization. they are not involved in the arab sp
exports from new zealand, textile production in spain, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. neil: we gave you two very different views about which direction we're headed in.3 a lot of americans are getting cynical about the course of the ongoing budget cuts. and they do give y a reason to get a little antsy. priceline.com founder jay jaywalker says it would be a bad idea to think some good can come out of all this. but you id you're not focused on a minute by minute. >> i am not at all. i'm actually focused on the future of health and medicine. which is really the future of innovation, job creation, and what makes america great, which is progress from unexpected direction. neil: we have no economic conditions they might as well stick a syri
administration has in the u.s. epa, ready to enact it. he was holding in until after the election. three of those, senatorring to the senator jim inhofe cost the american taxpayers, $600 million, three of the 1 and there's those that are waiting prom mull gages. there's nothg that i can do, but try to preserve what business enterprise we have left and what i see is going to need to be as an enterprise to exist in the coal market place that is upon us both short term and long term. neil: report, is there anything in the president's tone, like the comments in the east room lookin for bipartisan compromise, fiscal cliff, that makes you think that he could change his engy stance that when he says he's open to all forms of energy, he's not just sort of giving you lip service that he's serious? it might be a new tone? he might be a bigger president in this record than in the first four years? >> caller: neil, i have watched the president carefully, and monitored his statements very carefully for the last year, and he's an absolute liar when it comes to the coal industry, a subject i know. he is a man t
, and the use of medical technology in the u.s.? at t. rowe price, we understand the connections of a complex, global economy. it's just one reason over 75% of our mutual funds beat their 10-year lipper average. t. ro price. invest with confidence. request a prospectus or summary prospectus with investment information, risks, fees and expenses to read and consider carefully before investing. neil: all right, i don't know if they are feeling nene or want to be intimidating a number of subsurrogate for robitussin campaign, they feel they will pick up 9 of the 11 big swing states including minnesota. which became which of like out of no -- competitive out of nowhere. it would be very unusual, you because this state i don't know has gone for a republican since richard nixon. that could change. democratic mayor with us. and also dncvice chair, how do you see things going in tt general predict on part of obama folks. >> well i was thrilled i heard republican predicting that's would carry minnesota, we love the fact that you spend money, presiden has done so much to help the economy here, we think t
the ongoing energy policies, which it whole bunch of them think will be hurtful to the u.s. interest levels with energy interests. not at all surprised by this development? >> no, really not. i find it ironic in the headlines we see we could be energy independent by 2020, at the same time caterpillar is being downgraded because of energy concerns. it seems this administration can't get out of its own way. i don't know whether i should laugh or cry when i see these things. neil: we don't know what they're whining about, we are big into for acting, franken is at a record high. they're getting fossil fuels a record high, read the details on what is on private land versus public land, but they say there's a policy of building results. you say what? speak wit>> if it is a misrepre. said the gas prices would have to go up to push forward green energy agenda. said cars are going to be twice the efficiency buying half as much gas but offered no real installation. neil: mitt romney got a bad rap on his campaign, making energy such a prominent feature. if we get our energy act together, if we became
for the u.s. senate? how is it that the republican party seems so at a touch with the american people that they could lose all of these opportunities and actually be dominated rhetorically and in the language and messaging of campaigning in 2012. does what happened. neil: missouri right now goes for mitt romney, leading by two points. i don't think that's a shock. again, pick up ten electoral votes. another alert. power restored. >> excellent. congratulations. let's hope that the rest of new jersey -- neil: lou has a nuclear power generator powering his compound. >> i want to give credit to sussex rural electric who delivers on their problems. >> something happened. let's go to bed cheryl. taking a look at how these issues were resonating. some of these exit polls. apparently a lot of people felt the storm kind of stabilizing for the presidents. a host of other issues. what was on their minds to parses the results your seeing? >> i want to pick up on what you were speaking about, the issue of hurricane sandy. that to give the president a bit of an edge in the exit polls, but i do want
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